• Watch out for this dangerous mist

    Back around 1975, Dr. Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona, wrote a scientific paper proving that every time a toilet is flushed with the seat up, millions of tiny droplets of water containing germs, bacteria and tiny bits of whatever is being …

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  • Add another break-up to the list

    Taylor, Taylor, Taylor. Can we talk? I think it’s time we take a break, like Ross and Rachel, and by “we” I mean you and the entire country music fan base. You had a good run straddling the fence between country and pop, with hits …

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  • Sandy reminds columnist to be thankful

    I worry how I’m going to schedule an appointment and not have it interfere with work. I worry about the future, making it on time to those scheduled appointments, stains on my car’s relatively new upholstery and how I’m going to get them out without …

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  • Can anyone tell me what Issue 2 says?

    By this time, I normally have a good idea which way I will vote on the issues but earlier this week, I was stumped. Issue No. 2 is one of the amendments that is up for a vote this November but the sad thing is …

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  • Farriers’ military history told

    Three Farrier brothers — George Farrier, Sam Farrier and Eunice Farrier — from this area served in the U.S. military during World War I. George Farrier and Sam Farrier were sent overseas where they fought in France. George was in a unit which came under …

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  • Gettings books via sample

    If you have a Nook, Kindle or other e-reader, you may already be familiar with downloading “samples” of books before you buy. It’s a feature I absolutely love, although with my OCD, I’d rather the samples were automatically downloaded into their own category for me …

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  • Mall helps complete totally ’80s look

    With Halloween stores popping up every year in vacant buildings in cities like Jonesboro, Little Rock and Memphis, only to move out after the holiday’s over, it’s not hard for people to find what they’re looking for to become someone or something they’re not. Nowadays, …

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  • Reporter falling down was not part of the show

    I was really looking forward to going to Variety Night last Saturday evening with Bryan and Alexas. I had never been and everyone said it was a lot of fun. It’s a fundraising event by John 3:16 Ministries. Although my co-worker Lacy Mitchell was covering …

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  • Students should learn about stone spheres

    Why aren’t our public school students taught about mysteries of the ancient world? Such classes — one for upper elementary students, another for junior high and a more advanced one for senior high — could light the imagination of students who might choose to become …

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  • Boo! Kaylee’s first trip to zoo

    Saturday night, we were among the walking dead. And giant butterflies and ladybugs. And several superheroes, including Superman, Captain America and Batman, as well as princesses, witches and more. Gary and I took Kaylee on her first trip to Boo at the Zoo, held at …

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  • 14-year-old is someone to look up to

    It’s easy to take so many things for granted when you live in a country that upholds the freedom to do so much yet most often comes at the hands of those who fought and died for it to be that way. I had heard, …

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  • You can’t make this stuff up!

    If you’re into crazy but true stories like me, I have the prefect website- -— Atlas Obscura. A friend of mine at work showed it to me and it’s full of crazy stories and places that are submitted by readers. Whenever readers can submit to …

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